No Entry sign changed to Ninja Entry sign


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  1. Is it just me, or does “Ninja Entry” sound like a title for an X-Rated movie in the 1980’s?

  2. I’ve always liked the “No (P)assing Zone” sign I pass every day on the way to the job.


  3. You’re still laughing hysterically when you run headfirst into an SUV. The good thing is, you’ll get into heaven because St. Peter will have a new one for the regulars at the Pearly Gates Tavern.

  4. I lived in a town of 1,500 with a “County Museum” sign.

    Someone removed the reflective coating, in “County,” off of the “C” the right half of the “o”, and the “y”

    During the day, the sign appeared as intended but driving along at night, the change was obvious.

    I have to say I was disappointed when they fixed it after 3 months.

    Clearly, some devious mind really thought out their vulgar little plan. I’d kinda hoped the town of early-birds would never notice…

  5. One of my all time favorite sign nods was in the genre of adding one or two words to stop signs, i.e., “STOP WAR”, etc.

    This one just said “STOP BEING LAME”.

  6. It’s too bad the signs in the US have the text “do not enter” on them instead of “no entry”. Similar signs in Finland just don’t have any text at all.

    Anonymous @5
    Reminds me of:
    Push butt
    Rub hand gently under arm
    Stop auto at ally

    Yes! That one still cracks me up, although the way I saw it was a little different. The original text on the dryer was:

    1. Push button.
    2. Rub hands under warm air.
    3. Stops automatically. (As a technical writer, that last step bugs me. That is SO not a user action!)

    It was “corrected” to:
    1. Push butt
    2. Rub hands under arm
    3. Stop

  7. I agree with the posters saying that it’s a worthless sign.

    Ninjas enter whenever and wherever they want. They don’t need a sign to tell them. Warning people about entering ninja is also pointless since they will get you no matter what.

    And that’s what I call real ultimate power.

  8. @11:

    I’ve always wanted to get stickers made up which read ‘VANDALISM’ to stick on STOP signs.

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